nDiscovery Managed Cyber Threat Detection


Average annual number of security breaches for an organization

$8.2 million
Average cost of a successful public sector cyber breach

50 days
A average time to resolve a malicious insiders attack

23 days
Average time to resolve a ransomware attack


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Cybersecurity Solutions for the Public Sector

Don’t let budget limitations and skilled resource challenges leave you vulnerable to cyber crime.

Public sector agencies were hit with more than 22,500 cybersecurity incidents and more than 300 data breaches in 2017. Public sector agencies store information not only for the public they serve but also for the people in their employ. Attackers are attracted to the sensitive data stored by public sector agencies — from personal data (addresses, driver’s license numbers, Social Security numbers, financial data, healthcare records, etc.) to other information critical to local or national security. And personal information is most common data lost in public administration breaches.

Cybersecurity challenges increase every day, while public sector organizations struggle to implement and maintain a successful defense strategy. It’s nearly impossible to single-handedly keep up with the evolving threat environment and cybersecurity best practices, especially when many information technology teams are juggling competing priorities with limited resources. This is where nDiscovery comes in.

nDiscovery delivers advanced threat detection, incident response support, and compliance reporting across your entire environment all without the need to invest in costly hardware devices or dedicated resources. With nDiscovery, you have direct access to knowledgeable subject matter experts who can help you create and sustain a program that realistically and cost-effectively protects your organization while maintaining a balance of productivity and operational effectiveness.

nDiscovery Holds the Line Against Cyber Crime

According a recent Ponemon Institute report, organizations experience an average of 130 security breaches a year, up 27 percent from 2016. Ransomware attacks, like WannaCry and Petya, doubled in frequency, from 13 percent to 27 percent, with incidents like WannaCry and Petya affecting thousands of targets and disrupting public services and large corporations around the world. nDiscovery offers all the features you need to overcome challenges and confidently defend your network.

Real Time ConfirmationReal-Time Confirmation
The average time to detect a data breach is 191 days and the average time to contain the data breach is 66 days. The faster the data breach can be identified and contained, the lower the costs. With security events streamed in real time, nDiscovery validates the breadth of an incident and delivers remediation recommendations within minutes.

Cybersecurity ExpertsExpert Support
75 percent of government respondents said their organizations lacked dedicated information security personnel. Precious time is wasted because many malware alerts investigated are false positives. We’re 100% focused on security and bring that expertise to your team, so you can focus on your core disciplines. We develop familiarity with your environment and provide support and guidance with security findings.

Simple DeploymentSimple Deployment
Other solutions require you to invest in costly hardware devices, software applications, or dedicated resources. We don’t. Set-up is straightforward and we’re there to assist you every step of the way.

Advanced Threat DetectionAdvanced Threat Detection
Only 14 percent of government organizations consider themselves to be well protected against threats. Advanced threat detection cannot happen by algorithm alone. nDiscovery combines human expertise with the latest threat intelligence and advanced data analytics to quickly and accurately detect threats across your entire environment.

Incident Response & Forensic SupportIncident Response
88 percent of government entities do not use any software for information security governance or risk management. During an incident, you need to know how it happened, the extent of the damage, and how to correct it. With nDiscovery, we have immediate access to forensic-quality data to determine exactly what’s going on – and tell you what to do about it.

Regulatory Compliance & ReportingRegulatory Compliance
& Reporting

Analyzing audit logs is an integral part of complying with a number of IT security compliance standards, but the process is extremely time consuming. nDiscovery keeps you in compliance and provides daily and monthly reports that auditors love.

How nDiscovery Works

With nDiscovery your network is under surveillance 24 / 7 and our team of cybersecurity experts hunt down potential threats for you every day. Incidents are found and confirmed for you – and you receive remediation recommendations within minutes.

nDiscovery analyzes logs generated by network devices, firewall traffic, Windows endpoints, along with a host of other interconnected systems to get a holistic picture of your environment to detect threats, regardless of the entry point of the attacker.

With insight to your entire network, including all Windows endpoints, we examine behavioral attributes and place an activity in the appropriate context, allowing us to detect sophisticated and zero-day threats, even those mimicking normal behavior. By developing a baseline of your network behavior over time, we minimize false positives and detect indicators of compromise quickly and accurately.

Whether an unintentional oversight or a targeted attempt to leverage protected information, risk exposures are often introduced via allowed activity or an authorized connection from a third-party. nDiscovery reviews and reports on all administrative activity, so that you can be sure that they are legitimate and approved.

Cybersecurity Sources
2017 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Insights on the Security Investments That Make a Difference, Ponemon Institute.
2018 Data Breach Incident Response Report, 11th Edition. Verizon, 2018.
Top Cybersecurity Risks in Government, by Ryan Brooks, Netwrix, August 22, 2017